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Tray Delimma

Hello Everyone,

We have an application that requires the set up of different trays. Is
there a way to set this within Novell so I can set up two different iPrint
printers icons (only one physical printer) for whoever wants to print to
tray A or B? For example, one be set up to print to tray A while the other
printer prints to tray B? Or do I need to manually set this up at the
client's workstation after I install the printer? If there is any confusion
(which there probably is) let me know, I'll clarify even more.

Thank you
Alex Anderson




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Re: Tray Delimma

Second Question,

Other than giving a printer to a client via ZENworks, can you further
customize the printer as far as properties goes? Or does Zenworks only
provide you the ability to push out printers, and that is it?


Thank you
Alex Anderson

"Alex Anderson" <AAnderson@Murrieta.org> wrote in message
news:ugx_b.361$Mw6.267@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Hello Everyone,
>
> We have an application that requires the set up of different trays.

Is
> there a way to set this within Novell so I can set up two different iPrint
> printers icons (only one physical printer) for whoever wants to print to
> tray A or B? For example, one be set up to print to tray A while the

other
> printer prints to tray B? Or do I need to manually set this up at the
> client's workstation after I install the printer? If there is any

confusion
> (which there probably is) let me know, I'll clarify even more.
>
> Thank you
> Alex Anderson
>
>
>
>



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